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Old 06-19-2013, 10:45 PM   #1
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740Li 2013 (F02 chassis) review (sort of)

Hi, so my E38 (2000 750iL) is having some major work on the engine (covered in the below posts)

After talking with the service manager at the dealer they agreed to loan me a 2013 (2014?) 740Li that have for demo for a few days (i still have it), before this i was driving a 328i Luxury...

So thought i would do a very small video on the car, might update it abit tomorrow if i get time with a few more minor features i have found.

Not a bad ride, however not as "smooth" as the 750iL E38 on the road, i personally would look at the 760Li in this series if i look to buy one..
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